iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max users will be able to customize the sensitivity of the solid-state buttons on their devices, thanks to a new sensitivity toggle in Settings. This is as per the details given by a reliable source so far Additional details about Mac rumors forums.
Earlier this week, the same anonymous tip revealed that the iPhone 15 Pro models will use a new ultra-low-power chip that allows the new solid-state volume, power, and “action” buttons. Functional when the phone is on or off. from the battery.
Some iPhone users immediately raised concerns about the new capacitive buttons not working properly when the case is attached or when wearing gloves. In response, Tipster revealed that iOS 17 will include a new settings toggle that allows users to customize button sensitivity to suit these different usage scenarios.
iPhone case makers typically receive design details on upcoming models from Apple before they’re released, which allows them to make changes to button placement and other external changes. Combined with the new sensitivity setting, this should avoid any potential issues with the properties of the new capacitive buttons, which will sense pressure, hold and respond to different levels of pressure through the use of the new Force Touch and Taptic style mechanism. .
In line with previous rumors, solid-state buttons are set to be exclusive to iPhone 15 Pro models, with the standard iPhone 15 models retaining the same traditional button mechanism found on the iPhone 14 series. The iPhone 15 Pro also gains a new customizable action button in place of a mute switch, With a unified volume button that replaces the separate volume up/down buttons.
The iPhone 15 series is expected to be announced in September, according to Apple’s usual iPhone launch schedule. For everything we know about the new iPhone 15 series, check out our dedicated roundup using the links below.
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